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One of the easiest and most rewarding sun perennials.
Fabulous colors, winner of major awards.
Absolutely the color of a ripe cantaloupe.
Sky blue blossoms appear for months. Highly recommended. Sun to part sun perennial.
An explosion of dramatic orange blossoms all summer.
Host plant for the Black Swallowtail butterfly.
Features distinctive azure blue flowers.
Flowers resemble the hood worn by medieval monks.
Delightfully scented, bell shaped violet-blue flowers.
Long time favorite variety.
For you connoisseurs.
For years the most popular white Astilbe. Shade to part shade perennial.
Brightens up dark corners.
Best Dwarf Boxwood available.
Early to flower, multi award winning grass.
2021 Perennial Plant Association Perennial Plant Of the Year. Missouri Botanical Garden Plant Of Merit. Sun-loving perennial.
Large exotic-looking leaves and bright orange flowers.
Taking the garden world by storm with its popularity. Grows in sun or shade.
Fun and funky Missouri native sedge.
Unique long blooming annual. Top award winner!
Brilliant rose flowers all season. Sun annual.
Gardeners' favorite for years.
Only grows 12-15" tall.
Rare variety with puffs of orange blossoms.
5+ months of striking two-toned blossoms.
Stunning pink and white pompom flowers.
Striking apple green flowers.
Hues of pink, blush, coral, lavender, salmon and more.
A winning jewel.
Gorgeous Missouri native perennial for natural and formal settings.
Blue flowers unlike any other.
Fascinating intense blue flowers.
Showy violet-blue flowers bloom spring to frost. Perfect for beginners!
Strong rose fragrance.
Easy-care, long-lived evergreen perennial.
Purple lavender and white flowers bloom all summer long on tall stems.
Bright leaves glow in the shade garden.
Large bold Missouri native for the sun garden.
Yellow flowers with smoldering orange centers.
Brilliant pompom flowers all summer into fall. Easy to grow sun perennial.
It took 12 years of work by breeders to give us the wonder.
A charming royal.
Daylily connoisseurs' top choice.
Has more flowers than all other Foamy Bells.
Its striking foliage always looks great.
Missouri native Iris for wet spots.
As dramatic as the song with huge hot colored blossoms.
4-5" lemon yellow daisies that brighten to light butter yellow then finally to creamy white.
A Missouri native that delights humans and critters alike.
Bold foliage and flowers for the shade garden.
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